A Simple Guide to Diabetic Management
According to the World Health Organization there are 463 million people with diabetes worldwide, they project that by 2045 this number will increase significantly and it will reach 700 million people. The World Health Organization reports that the prevalence rate of diabetes is also increasing globally, in 1980 it was 4.7% but this changed to 8.5% in 2019 also worrying is increased mortality directly related to diabetes in 2016 World Health Organization statistics shows that 1.6 million people died because of diabetes complications where other 2.2 million deaths were related to diabetes making it to be among the top killer in
One thing you need to realize is that being diagnosed with diabetes will take an emotional toll on someone, sometimes it can be difficult to accept the results and some people have no idea how to respond to stressful situations, therefore, providing emotional support is the most important thing you can do to a diabetic person. Listen to the diabetic persons because they may be wanting to talk about plans on changing their lifestyle, talk to them let them realize diabetes is manageable and they can live a full life as long as they adhere to recommended change by a doctor.
Another thing you need to recognize a lot of lifestyle changes will be needed, from food to physical activities, it is, therefore, important to help your loved ones who have been diagnosed with diabetes make the proper changes, assist them in selecting the appropriate diet, assist them when making exercise plans and it is even important to participate with them in these exercises it means a lot to them, also important is to help them with activities that will help them manage stress because diabetes can be stressful, such exercises include yoga, deep breathing, and meditations.
It is important to know and recognize the signs and symptoms of low blood sugar of a diabetic person which results in form eating less or taking excess insulin, such signs include dizziness, insomnia, mood change, confusion, hunger, seizures so that you correct this by giving them a snack or a juice. Those are some ideas you can use to manage a diabetic patient.